Photos of S'pore woman detained for radicalism emerge online

Syaikhah Izzah Zahrah Al Ansari has been named as the first Singaporean woman to be detained here for radicalism.

According to The Straits Times, she was detained earlier this month under the Internal Security Act (ISA).

She was not planning an attack in Singapore but she was hoping to become a "martyr's widow" for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

She was began a process of self-radicalisation in 2013 when she was 18 from ISIS propaganda online.

Not much is known about the 22-year-old except that she was a contract infant care assistant with a PCF Sparkletots Preschool and worked with infants aged between two and 18 months old.

However, SMRT Feedback has released photos of Izzah and videos of her Tampines home via Observer+.

In the article, Izzah allegedly worked at the PCF Sparkletots Preschool at Tampines Street 32.

She is one of three sisters and her parents are reportedly religious teachers.

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